Mark and Me

Mark and Me

Mark McGwire and the Truth Behind Baseball's Worst-kept Secret

Book - 2010
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Triumph Books
In Mark and Me, Jay McGwire provides an inside look at his reclusive older brother, baseball slugger Mark McGwire, and their All-American, sports-loving family, and also offers a detailed entry into the world of steroids. Jay dispels Jose Canseco's steroid tales about Mark, in the process setting the record straight and offering a detailed account of what really happened to Mark; how he got started on steroids, what he used, and the dramatic effect that steroids had on his body and on baseball history.

Baker & Taylor
Mark McGwire's brother offers a detailed account of how the baseball star got started on steroids, what he used, and the dramatic effect the drugs had on his body and baseball history.

Independent Publishing Group

In this tell-all book, Jay McGwire provides an inside look at his reclusive older brother, baseball slugger Mark McGwire and their All-American, sports-loving family, and also offers a detailed entry into the world of steroids. As Mark McGwire's younger brother, Jay McGwire had a front-row seat to the ups and downs of the slugger's storied and now controversial career. He played an integral role in helping Mark recover from injuries and turn into a stronger ballplayer to become baseball's home run king. He offers a detailed account of what really happened to Mark, how he got started on steroids, what he used, and the dramatic effect that steroids had on his body and on baseball history.

Baker
& Taylor

The author provides an inside look at his reclusive older brother, baseball slugger Mark McGwire, and their sports-loving family, dispelling Jose Canseco's tales about Mark and offering a detailed account of what really happened to the baseball star--how he got started on steroids, what he used and the dramatic effect the drugs had on his body and baseball history.

Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Triumph Books, c2010
ISBN: 9781600783081
1600783082
Characteristics: 196 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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